Yummy recipes from the more obscure parts of Asia.
A simple dinner perfect for those busy weeknights. Your family will love tender mushrooms, crisp snow peas and thinly sliced sirloin steak sautéed with garlic.
A normally wintry dish revamped for spring with Asian flavours and a super bright, decidedly awesome warm chilli lime potato salad.
A very tasty steak & cheese sandwich with a hint of the orient.
Easy Asian noodle stir-fry using pantry ingredients that you already have on hand. Quick, no-fuss and made in less than 30 minutes.
Asian-spiced meatballs with orange sauce are packed with bold flavours. They are great served over rice, with vegetables or simply as an appetizer.
A delicious, fast and different way to eat tuna.
Made without any leavening agent, so this has yeast and involves some time for the dough to rise. Another Taiwanese classic.
Tuck into this delicious chicken with your fingers. It is truly 'finger lickin' good'!
This hot, sharp flavoured salad is popular throughout East Asia.
Easy to make. You can prepare in advance then refrigerate until needed.
Southern U.S. and Chinese cuisine come together in this recipe, which combines good bourbon whiskey with Asian soy sauce.
Easy and delicious ramen noodle cabbage stir fry with carrots, stir fry sauce with fresh garlic and onion. Serve topped with sweet chili sauce for the perfect bite.
In Cambodia, this dish often includes hard-boiled quail or duck eggs.
This delicious Cambodian specialty is made with a base of coconut milk then infused with a blend of curry spices. It is traditionally served with a side of jasmine rice.
I like to remove the shells of the clams and prawns so that using fingers is un-necessary.